Eat Joy by Natalie Eve Garrett – FB2 download — 9781936787791

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    Eat Joy
    Stories & Comfort Food from 31 Celebrated Writers

    by Natalie Eve Garrett

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    • Release date: October 29, 2019
    • Publisher: Black Balloon
    • Genres: food, essays, cookbooks, cooking, foodie, memoir, anthologies
    • Author: Natalie Eve Garrett
    • Format: hardcover, 208 pages
    • Language: english
    • ISBN: 9781936787791 (1936787792)

    About The Book

    This collection of intimate essays by some of America’s most well-regarded writers explores how food can help us cope in dark times―whether it be the loss of a parent, the loneliness of moving to a new country, the heartache of an unexpected breakup, or the fear of coming out. Luscious, full-color illustrations by Meryl Rowin are woven throughout, and accompanying each story is a recipe from the writer’s own kitchen.

    Lev Grossman explains how he survived on “sweet, sour, spicy, salty, unabashedly gluey” General Tso’s tofu after his divorce. Carmen Maria Machado describes learning to care for herself during her confusing young adulthood, beginning with nearly setting her kitchen on fire. Claire Messud tries to understand how her mother gave up dreams of being a lawyer to make “a dressed salad of tiny shrimp and avocado, followed by prune-stuffed pork tenderloin, served with buttered egg noodles” for her family. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie remembers a childhood friend―who later died as a soldier in Nigeria―with a pot of fragrant jollof rice. What makes each tale so moving is not only the deeply personal revelations from celebrated writers, but also the compassion and healing behind the story: the taste of hope.

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